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Volunteers, donors and corporate partners will be honored today at an event recognizing their efforts in making an impact in the lives of children.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma will host its first annual "Big Impact Celebration" event at 6:30 pm in downtown Tulsa at the Hyatt Regency. The event will celebrate and recognize long-term volunteers, corporate supporters, donors and all those instrumental in helping BBBSOK.

According to the press release, awards of distinction will be given to outside "Bigs of the Year," the agency's longest-term Bigs and outstanding corporate supporters including: CB Richard Ellis Oklahoma, Newfield Exploration and ONEOK Inc.

Big Brothers Big Sisters helps children and the community at large by providing ongoing support for children, families and volunteers to build and sustain long-lasting relationships. The organization serves more than 2,000 children annually.

For more information on the organization in Oklahoma, visit their website at www.bbsok.org.

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